January
Charlie_grey_profile

February
ditw_blue_beanie_hem

March
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April
crop_top_front_01

May
sinceresheep_equityfingering_left_knuckles

June

Butterick4685_Ricrac_front Butterick4685_Ricrac_back

July

OAL_Finished_front OAL_Finished_back

August
Henriette_Front_07

September
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October

Little_Red_Riding_Hood_01 Little_Red_Riding_Hood_06

November
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December
christmasjumper_finch_FO_Front1

This year I knit nine garments if I count my capelet, which seems about right to me because that’s how many I did last year. That said, there’s a slight chance it might be ten because I’m really close to finishing another cardigan and could have it done tonight. I didn’t do very much crochet this year, but I sewed a little more than the year before. I made a gathered skirt, a simple top, a dress, and a hooded cape. I started two circle skirts but they’re both waiting for zippers and hems. On the work side of things, according to Ravelry I published 27 patterns this year. I also ran a KAL, co-ran the OAL, had articles published in two different magazines, and wrote a guide to my favorite sweater construction method. Unsurprisingly, I spent a good chunk of the year stressed out and tired, but that’s how it goes when you’re growing a new business and career. I think all of the hard work I did this year has given me a good foundation to work from in 2015, and I’m satisfied with what I got done in 2014.

5 Comments

  • Way to go Andi! I’m so impressed with you and your work. I just finished knitting my first pattern of yours, which was the Miette cardigan (and also my first ever sweater), but I’ve enjoyed watching your career grow and will continue to do so. Here’s to a great 2015! Hopefully, my year will include me knitting a Hetty, or perhaps a Chuck, or maybe both! I’m psyched I get to pick something else of yours to knit and that there are so many amazing choices! 😉

  • I look forward to see what you have in the works for 2015! Though there are already so many of your patterns in my queue (not to mention that gorgeous capelet you’ve just reminded me of) I don’t know how I’ll manage to knit everything! 🙂

    • They weren’t all self published, but yeah. It’s nice to know that I can do it, but I feel no urge to try to do it again or beat that number.

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